Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Program
Self-measuring is an easy way to be proactive about your health.
High blood pressure increases the risk of having a heart attack or stroke. It can also increase risk of heart failure and kidney disease.
Regular checks with your blood pressure monitor and tracking your results can help you succeed in lowering your numbers. Controlling blood pressure is key in lowering your risk for heart disease, kidney failure, stroke, and other health problems.
Tools to help you track your progress:
Need help with measuring your blood pressure?
If you have high blood pressure, the Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Program may work with you and your doctor to help control your blood pressure. For tips on the best way to measure your blood pressure and to ensure proper cuff placement, call our Medication Therapy Management team at 858-499-4582.
Sharp Community Medical Group also has a team of case managers to help you stay on top of your blood pressure through health and wellness coaching. They can work with you to discuss lifestyle modifications to improve blood pressure control. For questions, please call the Health, Wellness, Disease Prevention and Chronic Care Management Program at 858-499-3040.